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Upcoming Workshops

Sunday, May 14 | 10am to 3pm | $100 |
North Vancouver-off Dollarton HWY | Adults and Teens 15 years old and above- Kids 9 years old and above can attend with a paying adult

Carve a spoon using a knife and chisel. Learn different carving techniques and how to get the most out of your blade. Hopefully, you’ll go home with a usable spoon!

This workshop is led by Delmar Williams, a Squamish, Lil’wat hunter, guide, and bushcraft expert.

Sunday, May 28 | 10am to 1pm | Deas Island | Sliding scale $75 – $150 | Families with kids 4 – 12 years old

This event is open to people of all ages, and geared towards families with kids aged 4 to 12.
*If Deas Island is flooded, the event will be at Belcarra.

Join us and be part of our fundraiser for the Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) to continue supporting their amazing work in uplifting the lives of Indigenous youth.

Join us for a family day in the forest with time to explore and move through interactive activities like hearing a story, doing a craft, and playing games! + a silent auction!

Live video download | $30 to $50 (sliding scale) with all proceeds going to UNYA

Interested in birds, but don’t know where to start? This online class will outline the basics of birding, including what to look for when you see a bird, where to look for birds, and how to take that information and identify what you are seeing. To get you started, we will go over 13 common birds you can identify right after class!

All proceeds go directly to the Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA) supporting local Indigenous youth.




What Families are Saying

“After the Plant Walk and Knots and Tarps workshops, two areas that I had minimal experience, I left feeling knowledgeable, capable, and excited to practice and continue learning.” – Mikaela, Workshop Participant

“It was refreshing how the class favoured a functional approach, instead of getting too caught up in the dogma of technical details. I’m confident that I could now put up a tarp when required to do so. The true value of SENS workshops is meeting like-minded adults. There is an opportunity to bond and build diverse community connections. I don’t know how I would even begin to put a price on that.” – Kam, Workshop Participant

SENS offers, I believe, remarkable opportunities for learning, connection, fun and adventure. Our family members have very much enjoyed taking part in youth programming, adult workshops and teen internship over the years. The brilliant SENS instructors are highly skilled in teaching and facilitating, and meet everyone where they’re at.” – Kerry, Program Parent